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I know it's a one on a million chance, but I know from personal experience that there is the possibility of that older person opening the door to a lot of opportunities, personal and professional.I also understand this is r/relationships and he'll probably turn out to be an asshole at best and abusive at worst, but that's what the other precautions are for. The above advice is solid because it allows you to: 1) guide her in gaining back her self-confidence, and 2) set an example of a nurturing and compassionate family.If she can solve these, then one possibility is that her self-esteem rises and she decides she doesn't want to be a SAHM any more.But don't get your hopes up on this.tl;dr; don't be opposed to her relationship, do encourage her to develop. I was a very troubled 19 year old girl that was also wooed by a 34 year old man.These are more serious problems than the age of the guy she's dating.You should be concentrating on solving these problems.Make it clear if he's serious about your daughter he will not pull her away from her family.
I'm a hardcore optimist who will always give someone the benefit of the doubt until they prove me wrong.
She's been crying since she found out and refuses to finish high school. I just feel like it's creepy to be a grown man dating a teenager.
She or fired from her first job last week after working there a month. She told me they were gonna get married in two years and then she would become a SAHM. I have nothing against young wives or SAHM's, but I'm just worried about the path she's going down.
Hopefully over time she will begin to see there's not much behind the superficial allure of her current relationship. I'd like to emphasize, OP: always be supportive of your daughter. Yes, you probably hate him, as I would if I were in your position.
But you have to kind of hold back on that, because your daughter currently feels that he is her one way out.
I actually posted here then to ask for advice about it and the response was as expected (reasonably so).